ITE: Afroman, where art thou? Metalscape 98 - VOTE! Metalscape 97 - Break my Heart for a Quarter. Metalscape 96 - The Burning Metalscape. Metalscape 95 - Locks of War. Metalscape 94 - Password Spells. Metalscape 93 - I left my heart in Managua. Metalscape 91 - Wackenless. Metalscape 90 - I'm gonna do some Paganing. ITE: Metalscape is back, without songs.
Metalscape 87 - Just Leave It Alone. Metalscape 86 - Boring? Metalscape 84 - Horchata.
Metalscape 83 - Dia duit! Metalscape 82 - Scrabulous. Gaza - Sire S. Metalscape - No episode this week. Ron is in Nicaragua with no recording equipment. But we'll be back next week. Metalscape 81 - Harmonics Which Are Pinched. Songs too. Metalscape 79 - Hot Circus Chicks. Metalscape 77 - Swindled. ITE: Mallcore?! On Metalscape?!?! Also: Shirts, Grammy talk and Water.
Metalscape 76 - Havy Madul Truxx. Metalscape 75 - Longwut? Metalscape 74 - Dude Call this Number. Metalscape 73 - It's 08 and I Feel Great. Metalscape 72 - Happy Christmas. ITE: It's that time of the year again when Ron gets no presents and Zach gets drunk on eggnog all day every day. To the sound of holiday metal obviously. Metalscape 71 - The Fabulous Mermaid.
Metalscape 70 - The Favorites. Metalscape 69 - Thanksgiving. Metalscape 68 - No Liars Allowed. Metalscape 67 - Hey I'm a Bee. Metalscape 66 - Spaghetti and Opeth. Metalscape 65 - Are you high? Metalscape 64 - Rhapsody Episode Speciale. Metalscape 63 - Big Red Shoes. Metalscape 62 - Salami and Butter? Metalscape 61 - I'm stuck with pigeon toe. Metalscape 60 - Read a Book nigga!
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Metalscape 59 - 3 blocks down from the McDonalds. Metalscape 58 - Tocame el Avocado. Read Full Story for Playlist.
Metalscape 57 - Crimes Against a Nation. Their building project symbolized the arrogance of humans who try to be equal with God. In seeking to be free from reliance on God, the people thought they could reach heaven on their own terms. The tower is a grandiose project -- the ultimate manmade achievement.
It resembles the modern masterstrokes humans continue to build and boast about today, such as the International Space Station. To build the tower, the people used brick instead of stone and tar instead of mortar. They used manmade materials, instead of more durable God-made materials. The people were building a monument to themselves, to call attention to their abilities and achievements, instead of giving glory to God. God pointed out that when people are unified in purpose, they can accomplish impossible feats, both noble and ignoble.
This is why unity in the body of Christ is so important in our efforts to accomplish God's purposes on earth. By contrast, having unity of purpose in worldly matters, ultimately, can be destructive. In God's viewpoint, division in worldly matters is sometimes preferred over great feats of idolatry and apostasy. For this reason, God at times intervenes with a divisive hand in human affairs. To prevent further arrogance, God confuses and divides people's plans, so they don't overstep God's limits on them.
Share Flipboard Email. Mary Fairchild is a full-time Christian minister, writer, and editor of two Christian anthologies, including "Stories of Cavalry. Updated January 22, Questions for Reflection Are there any manmade "stairways to heaven" you are building in your life? The Bible story of the tower of Babel unfolds in Genesis Plus, we'll discuss murderous horses, a separate, but equally bizarre anomaly that CuChullaine has uncovered. Along the way, we'll also spend considerable time discussing the mind-bending world of long riding.
Fascinating, enlightening, and awe-inspiring, this conversation is a proverbial 'long ride' of esoteric insights on both equines and humans with the remarkable CuChullaine O'Reilly.
Another thoughtful review on History on Horseback. The dead sheep had their jaws, throats, and ears chewed and the injured had their ears torn off. The culprit was found to be a horse. It would rush at a sheep and grab it by the head. Some weeks ago the, horse was put in the paddock by an unknown person. In the North-East there is a young horse which eats rabbits, robs a dog of a carcass or pulls rabbits out of traps, chews the head off and sucks the blood.
Walls of Jericho: A Cavalry Tale
This carnivorous horse is owned by a well-known farmer at Winnaleah. He writes as follows to "Pegasus," veterinary contributor to "The Examiner": "I have on my farm at Winnaleah a young horse which on his breeding might someday be valuable. He is rising two years and has taken to eating rabbits. This, you might think, is unbelievable, and I did not believe it when a man who was trapping rabbits told me about it.
In fact, he was rather annoyed because I laughed at the idea, but just at that moment the dog I had with me pulled a skinned rabbit out of a stump hole. The horse saw the dog with it, galloped after the dog until he dropped the carcass, and the horse picked up the rabbit and ate it.
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Since then he has eaten quite a few with the skins on. In fact, he will follow a line of traps when he hears the rabbits squealing. In some cases he will chew only the head and neck off and suck the blood out of them. Do you think I ought to shoot him, or what would you suggest?
At present I have got him shut in a paddock where no trapping is being done.